Foundation Partners

Habitat for Humanity in Europe and Central Asia works with many foundations to eradicate poverty housing. Our foundation partners’ donations help us to continue providing families with homes and the hope of a better life. We are grateful for their kind support.

For more information on partnering with Habitat for Humanity through product donations, financial support or by mobilizing your employees as volunteers, please visit our Corporate and Foundations involvement section

We coordinate international partnerships and are proud to have foundation partners like:


Oak Foundation
Oak Foundation is a key Habitat partner in the Haiti disaster response. The financial support it provides is enabling Habitat in Haiti to repair and retrofit 100 damaged homes and a school serving 300 students in the disaster-affected area of Leogane in partnership with Save the Children. The support is not just about repairing and retrofitting the homes, but also improving or creating access to drinking water, improving sanitary conditions, and implementing water management systems and the use of rain water.


Stavros Niarchos Foundation
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation provides crucial financial support to enable Habitat for Humanity to build disaster preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery capacity in its Europe and Central Area Office and in four of its national offices (Armenia, Kyrgyzstan, Romania, and Tajikistan). The support is not only to build Habitat’s capacity in this field but also to contribute to the establishment of a knowledge center that will support the development of Disaster Response processes, interventions and global donors.


The JTI Foundation
The JTI Foundation is a charitable organization based in Switzerland and specialized in supporting disaster relief and risk reduction projects worldwide. The JTI Foundation contributed to Habitat´s response to the 2013 super-typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. The most affected by Typhoon Haiyan are receiving immediate help through the provision of early recovery assistance combined with much needed training in building resilience against future disasters. This project is also supporting the distribution of 250 clean up kits; and 500 shelter repair kits for rapid relief.